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davidpeart
June 8, 2019
Beachmere
June 8, 2019

Those of you familiar with my work will be used to seeing images from Beachmere, a place that used to be (and still is) one of my favourite sites for image-making. The iconic mangroves,...

davidpeart
May 26, 2019
Which camera to upgrade to?
May 26, 2019

Hello! I thought I'd come on and debunk a couple of myths for you. You see, I've been caught up yet again with an attack of GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome, not the other thing). That's when the...

davidpeart
May 23, 2017
The Edge of the World
May 23, 2017

You could be forgiven for thinking this jetty-like lookout point at Mapleton is indeed the edge of the world. From here you can see the creeks that the waterfalls terminate into winding...

davidpeart
January 10, 2017
Touch the Stars
January 10, 2017

Technically astrophotography, although I didn’t set out with astrophotography in mind.  I’ve spent some time capturing this particular mangrove in Queensland’s turbid Moreton Bay – this...

davidpeart
December 10, 2016
Pandanus Storm Monochrome
December 10, 2016

  I’ve been showing my good friend Erik Peterson of Bending the Arc Strategies around South East Queensland over the last week.  Erik hails from a land of snow and pines, bears, moose...

davidpeart
March 27, 2016
Nundle Night Shed
March 27, 2016

Visiting an outback town called Nundle at the moment. Nundle was once a gold rush town, and people still descend on the area around easter to fossick for the few flakes of gold that still remain...

davidpeart
December 15, 2015
Seuss Tree
December 15, 2015

While not a specimen of the famed Trufula Tree, in the dawn light, with its branches grasping towards a blossoming sun, this mangrove struck me as particularly Seussesque. The Trufula Tree, for...

Bambooland
October 10, 2015

I've spent the last few days in Hervey Bay, visiting friends and to shoot the wedding of the lovely Jani and Tarissa. Jani and Tarissa run Australia's largest bamboo nursery, Bambooland, which...

davidpeart
September 28, 2015
Blood Moon
September 28, 2015

Last night Europe and the rest of the western hemisphere experienced a blood moon in conjunction with a super moon - an lunar eclipse with the moon at its apogee. By the time the Australian...

davidpeart
September 10, 2015
Cycle of Life
September 10, 2015

Once again I'm shooting mangroves.  In mangrove ecosystems, recycling is a big thing - dead trees and other vegetation are quickly absorbed into the corrosive salty tidal waters and the...

Obi Obi Falls
May 20, 2015

One of the delights of living in the South Eastern Queensland region of Australia is the abundance of waterfalls. This one is close to a popular walking trail, but is hidden, so most people...

davidpeart
March 24, 2015
Mangrove Dawn Vertical
March 24, 2015

Ah, the delights of dawn in Australia. Mangroves are such a valuable resource, and add such beauty to the coast here. Mangroves are actually an integral part of coral reefs – they provide the...

Red Beach 14
November 27, 2014

I'm back in Australia, and it's been a welcome return to my natural environment roots. Despite the political machinations afoot in this country to put an end to it, Australia still assaults...

Last Client in Beijing
November 12, 2014

Little Guoguo was my last client in Beijing. Next week I am shifting my base of operations to Australia. Check back regularly for posts of a more natural...

More Composite Images
October 15, 2014

I've been working on composite images again. This will be one of the last images I work on before I relocate to Australia next month. Spot the...

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